• Fall List Launches

    Our fall list is hittingguardian_cover the shelves!

    You can find our Enfield & Wizenty titles (Hello, Sweetheart and The View From The Lane) at your favourite local shop now (if it hasn’t arrived yet, be sure to request a copy to ensure the store has placed their order.)  Natasha Deen’s spooky teen novel, Guardian, has also left the presses.

    Mark your calendars for these launches in a city near you!

    October 29th – Matthew Komus launches Haunted Winnipeg in McNally Robinson, while Elaine McCluskey launches Hello, Sweetheart in Dartmouth at the Banook Canoe Club.

    October 30th – Deborah-Anne Tunney launches The View From The Lane at The Cube Gallery in Ottawa.

    November 12th – Mike On Crime launches at McNally Robinson. Don’t miss your chance to meet Mike McIntyre and hear about his 20 years covering crime in Canada.

    Natasha Deen is busy touring to schools across Alberta over the next few months.  To find out where she is headed, or to learn more about the launches above, please email marketing@greatplains.mb.ca.

  • On The Same Page

    OTSPShortListGreat Plains Publications once again has a title on the short list for On The Same Page Manitoba.  Stuck In The Middle: Dissenting Views of Winnipeg is in the running to be chosen as Manitoba’s next Book Club pick.  The public is encouraged to vote for their choice between now and September 15th.  On September 11th, excerpts from all of the books will be read at McNally Robinson on Grant.

    On The Same Page is an initiative of The Winnipeg Foundation and Winnipeg Public Library, and encourages all Manitobans to read, and talk about, the same book at the same time.  Congratulations Bartley Kives and Bryan Scott! 

  • Black Bottle Man On Stage

    9781894283991Craig Russell’s celebrated novel, Black Bottle Man, has been adapted for the stage.

    You can catch the production at 2 or 8 PM on August 30th at the Bernie Theatre in Winnipeg (123 Doncaster Street). Tickets are $15 and available now at McNally Robinson Booksellers on Grant Avenue.

    Black Bottle Man was released in 2010 and went on to both win and be shortlisted for numerous awards. Catch this review of the novel from the CBC!  An MTS Documentary is also in the works. Congratulations Craig on the continuing success of this beloved novel for teens!